Facebook Admits Tracking Users and Non-Users Off-Site

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According to a blog post, Facebook is watching you more than you think.

The social media giant's product management director, David Baser, wrote that the company tracked users and non-users across websites and apps.

He said it was done for three main reasons: providing services directly, securing the company’s own site, and “improving our products and services”.

Baser went on to explain that “When you visit a site or app that uses our services, we receive information even if you’re logged out or don’t have a Facebook account. This is because other apps and sites don’t know who is using Facebook.”

Are you surprised by this?  What concerns do you have with Facebook obtaining non-user information?  Is it really an issue?

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